British consul-general in Berlin; born in Breslau 1831; died there Feb. 23, 1898. At the age of sixteen he entered the banking-house of Bleichröder, and twenty years later became a partner; from 1893, when Baron Gerson von Bleichröder died, he was the senior partner of the house. He was also president of the directors of the Berlin Bourse, and subsequently presided over a standing committee of that institution.

  • Jew. Chron. Feb. 25, 1898;
  • The Times (London), Feb. 24, 1898.
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